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Q : How do I find out who owns a property or an area of land?
A : If you think the property is owned by the Council, contact us and we will check our property records. In some cases you may need to send a location plan so we can correctly identify the property. If the property is not owned by the Council, you can contact the Land Registry via the link on the right hand side of this page for information on property ownership.
Q : I am interested in acquiring an area of land next to my property that I think belongs to the Council. How can I find out whether this is possible?
A : You can write to or email us, stating that you are interested in acquiring an area of Council owned land. Include the exact location and area of the land on a plan or sketch along with photographs if possible.
Q : My House used to be owned by the Council and, I understand that a small strip of land at the end of the garden is still owned by the Council. How can I find out whether I can buy this land and what the price would be?
A : Write to us or email us, please Include your name, contact details and the full address of the property concerned. You will be notified if the Council has retained ownership of the land and if it can now be sold. If you then confirm you are interested in acquiring it, details of the sale price will be sent to you in writing.
Q : Is there a money back guarantee?
A : Dreamhomesproperty offers an unconditional 30 day money back guarantee if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase. Contact us for details.
Q : How do I know this is not a fraud?
A : We think, skepticism is a good and healthy thing, but when you are selling a ground breaking product, and you're doing it on a legal basis, correctly and with the best of intentions, skepticism can become a real problem. We do receive, from time to time, a few understandable enquiries asking us if this is a joke or not. We know that the Internet contains many joke sites, as well as many disreputable sites designed for purely fraudulent purposes.

If you still think this is a fraud, we would like you to ask one of the Internet's best known and vigilant consumer watchdog organizations called Netcheck. The Lunar Embassy is a member of the Netcheck Internet Commerce Bureau. There you can consult our company register, and see if anyone has filed a complaint against our company. Furthermore, you cannot become a member of Netcheck unless you conduct a legitimate business. If you are still skeptical after that, well, we still don't blame you. Selling property on the Moon through the internet must surely be one of the strangest things you've ever come across. If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, we offer a "No Questions Asked" 60 day Money Back Guarantee.
Q : What is the measure of an acre?
A : An acre is a quarter of land that is equal to 43,560 square feet. For visual reasons, an acre is most often evaluated to the size of a football playing field - not reckoning the 2 end zones, which are both 30 feet in length. Now attempt to visualize one square mile, which is equivalent to 640 acres!
Q : I don't know the zip code of my areas. How do I stumble on a representative that is precise for me in my area?
A : Kindly refer to our directory, where you will be capable to glance through utilizing Counties and/or Cities.
Q : I looked at a land yesterday with a REALTORŪ who seems to be naive. I am truly fascinated in purchasing the assets, though. Can I exchange agents and still formulate the purchase?
A : If you really want to procure that property, the only principled thing to do is to acquire it through that REALTORŪ. If not, you could set up probable conflicts between your preceding agent and whatever fresh agent you may prefer.
Q : Who is a broker?
A : A negotiator who is sanctioned to open and run his/her own agency. The entire real estate offices have solitary principal broker.
Q : Who is a REALTORŪ?
A : A REALTORŪ is an mediator or agency that represents to the restricted or state board of REALTORSŪ and is allied with the "National Association of REALTORSŪ (NAR). They pursue a stern code of ethics further than state license laws and also backer the Multiple Listing System (MLS), which is utilzed to record houses for sale.
Q : Why should I utilize a real estate manager?
A : A real estate manager/agent is more than just a mere "sales person." They take action on your behalf as your mediator, providing you with counsel and regulation and burden a job - serving you procure or vend a home. Due to the swift changing bazaar, the data on existing listings is not 100% precise. There are moments when you require the majority of the present information about what has sold or is for sale, and the just way to get that is by means of an agent.
Q : What is the generic Time period to buy a property?
A : From the instant of the pre-contract has been signed, it takes on regular between 10 to 12 weeks for the entire purchasing procedure to be accomplished
Q : How can I investigate for properties on or close to the water?
A : To investigate for properties on or in close proximity to the water:
1. At the pinnacle of any page, clack Search for Homes.
2. In further Search Options on the left, roll to the Views section.
3. Choose the desired water location.
4. Tick Show Properties.
Q : How would I locate a legal description for a definite piece of state-owned land?
A : Legal descriptions are enclosed on property title deeds. Copies of deeds are planted in the county court house where the land is situated. Copies of deeds can also be instituted in the Secretary of State's Office, provided the feat is on file.
Q : How do I resolve if a certain portion of state-owned terrain is accessible for buying?
A : Get in touch with the agency which pedals the assets or the Public Lands Division of the escritoire of State's Office.
Q : What is mean by Square Meter?
A : Square Meter standard unit for measuring area of the object,
Q : What is mean by Land measurements?
A : Land measuring standard unit of measuring land is the acre.
Q : Who is using Old Survey Measurements?
A : Old surveys were often measured using a Surveyors Chain. These were literally chains made up of 100 links. Each Chain was 66 feet long. Each link was 0.666 of a foot...or 7.92" To convert the distances on a plat measured in chains (abbreviate Ch) simply multiply the distance in chains by 66.
Another common unit of measurement was the Pole. The Pole is exactly what it sounds like; a wood pole which was 16.5' feet long. To convert the distances on a plat measured in poles (abbreviated P) you must multiply the distance by 16.5 A Pole is sometimes called a "perch"on old surveys.
Q : Define Miles?
A : A mile is defined as being 5,280 feet in length.
Q : What is mean by Area Measurements?
A : The standard unit of measuring land in the United States is the ACRE. An Acre is equal to 43,560 square feet (Sq. Ft.) of area. An acre is also equal to 10 square chains ( 66 x 66 x 10 = 43560 Sq. Ft.) or 160 square rods (16.5 x 16.5 x 160 = 43,560 Sq. Ft.)
There are exactly 640 Acres in one square mile.
Seeing how older units of measurement like the chain and the pole can be converted into acres it is easy to see that seemingly odd distances (66' and 16.5') really did make sense.
If you had a parcel of land that was exactly 1 acre in size and was perfectly square it would be 208.71' on each of the 4 sides. If the same lot were a rectangle 100' wide it would be 435.60' feet deep (long).
Q : How to Surveying Measurements?
A : * 1 yard = 3 ft = 0.9144 meter
* 1 rod, perch, or pole = 25 links = 16.5 ft
* 4 rods = 1 chain
* 1 chain = 4 rods = 66 ft = 100 links
* 10 chains = 1 furlong
* 1 link = 1/100 of surveyor's chain = 7.92 inches
* 25 links = 1 rod = 16.5 ft
* 100 links = 1 chain = 66 ft
* 1 furlong = 10 chains = 1/8 mile = 220 yards = 660 ft = 201.168 meters
* 8 furlongs = 1 mile
* 1 mile = 80 chains = 320 rods = 1,760 yards = 5,280 ft = 1,609.344 meters
* league = 3 statute miles = 4,828.032 meters
Q : what is mean by Cent?
A : In India, Cent is a measure of area.
* 1 Cent = 435.59 sq ft (40.468 m2).
Q : what is acre measurements in cent and ground?
A : 1 Acre = 100 Cents
1 Acre = 18.15 Ground
Q : what is Ground measurements in hectare?
A : 1 Ground = 2,400 sq ft (220 m2) hectare.
1 hectare = 2.47105381 acre
Q : what is mean by Flat Measurements?
A : Flats depths on subs may be measured in two different ways. The first, and most common, is by the depth of the flat from the diameter of the sub
(1), how much material is removed. The second method of measurement is to measure the distance between the flat surface to flat surface
(2), the opening of the pipe-handling tool. If the flat has a taper, please give us the length at the top and again at the bottom of the flat.
Q : what is mean by Common area?
A : Common area means an area, within a development comprising more than one dwelling, that may be used by the occupants of more than one dwelling or which services more than one dwelling, and includes shared landscaped area, a gym, carpark, switch room and garbage room.
Q : what is mean by carpet area?
A : The actual area you use. The area on which `you can put a carpet'.
Q : what is mean by Built up area?
A : Carpet area + area of walls and ducts. Around 10% more than the carpet area. A terrace is considered as half the actual area for calculating built up area. Some projects charge dry terrace same as internal rooms.
Q : what is mean by Super built up / Saleable area?
A : Built up area + markup for common spaces like lifts and stairs. Usually 25% more than the built up area. Let us take an example:
This is a small apartment whose saleable area, or super built up area is 892 sqft. Let us calculate its carpet area by summing up all its rooms

Room Dimensions (ft & inch) Carpet area in sqft

Living Room 10′ x 15′-9″ 157.5

Dining Room 7′ x 7′-8″ 53.6

Bedroom 1 11′-9″ x 10′-9″ 126.3

Bedroom 2 11′-9″ x 10 117.5

Toilet 1 8′-6″ x 5 42.5

Toilet 2 8′-4″ x 4′-3″ 35.4

Terrace 10′ x 5′-9″ 57.5

Kitchen 11′ x 8′-6″ 93.5
Now terraces are generally considered by halving their actual area. So, carpet area considered of the terrace is 57.5/2 sqft = 28.75 sqft.

Q : what is mean by Divided share?
A : The intestate real estate is commonly sold to a third party so that each heir receives his or her share in cash. However, an heir can usually request to receive his or her share of any real estate "in kind" so that title to the fraction of ownership in the real estate that is represented by the heir's intestate share of the estate is transferred to that heir.

When there is just one heir this request should not cause any difficulty, because that heir is entitled to the entire intestate estate. Where there are multiple heirs, an heir whose share of the entire intestate estate is less than the real estate's total value will be required to buy the remainder of the real estate so that the remaining heirs receive their cash value.

Using the forty acre example, suppose just one of the four children wants to own the real estate (and, for better illustration, the real estate is the only asset of the intestate estate). That heir is entitled to $5,000 or one-fourth of the real estate's total value.

In order to take ownership of his share, he will have to purchase the remaining three-quarters of the value by paying the estate $15,000. This payment to the estate allows each of the remaining three heirs to receive their individual $5,000 share.

In the end, each of the heirs receives a $5,000 share. Each of the heirs who take a cash distribution from the estate obviously receive a $5,000 share. The heir who takes the $20,000 real estate also receives a $5,000 share from the intestate estate, because he had to pay $15,000 to receive title to the real estate.

Although the estate could elect to offer the remaining three-quarters of the real estate's value for sale on the open market, most buyers will not be interested in purchasing property that comes with another owner. Aside from real estate that has investment value, most people will not purchase property that requires them to become joint owners with another person, particularly with a stranger.
Q : what is mean by Undivided share?
A : UDS or Undivided Share is the part of the land which is associated to an individual apartment and registered in the name of the apartment's owner(s). This share of land has no specific boundaries within the total extent of the land on which the apartment is built. Each and every flat in the apartment complex will have an associated UDS. The sum of all the UDS will be equal to the total land area of the apartment. UDS or Undivided Share is the part of the land which is associated to an individual apartment and registered in the name of the apartment's owner(s). This share of land has no specific boundaries within the total extent of the land on which the apartment is built. Each and every flat in the apartment complex will have an associated UDS. The sum of all the UDS will be equal to the total land area of the apartment.
Q : How to find the Age of the Flat :
A : 1. Try to identify the architectural style of your house.

2. Examine the building materials and construction methods used for your home.

3. Check the title. Get the names of previous owners.

4. Talk to previous owners, neighbors and anyone else who might be familiar with your house.

5. Study the tax roll. A sudden increase in property value may mark the year your house was built or remodeled.

6. Check the tract index or a grantor-grantee index for names and dates.

7. Search paper documents such as local newspapers, city directories, insurance records and town guidebooks.
Q : How to choose Location of the flats?
A : Choose a location that is flat, level and clear of any slopes or other obstructions such as large or invasive tree roots.
Of course for most of the issues affecting the grounds level you will have the option to even out the area yourself but that can be an extremely laborious job.
Q : what is Floor ?
A : A floor is the walking surface of a room or vehicle. Floors vary from simple dirt in a cave to many-layered surfaces using modern technology. Floors may be stone, wood, bamboo, metal, or any material that can hold a person's weight.

The levels of a building are often referred to as floors and are described in the article storey. This article describes the structure of floors.

Floors typically consist of a subfloor for support and a floor covering used to give a good walking surface. In modern buildings the subfloor often has electrical wiring, plumbing, and other services built in. Because floors meet many needs, some essential to safety, floors are built to strict building codes.
Q : How much electricity does an average 2-story 3-bedroom house use per day per month or per year?
A : More information is needed to address this question well. What type of appliances are being run? Is it an all electric house? What appliances run on gas? Is there a Central Heat and AC? What is the approximate square footage? With answers to these questions you can get a pretty good ball park answer.

Otherwise I will contribute this: As an electrical engineer for a power company I see on average a house that is 1600-2000 square feet and having electric appliances except for the furnace use an average of 1500Kwatt-hours per month making 50 Kwatt-hours per day and a total of 18,000 Kwatt-hours per year.

Having said that it is also important to know why the question is being asked. If, for example, one is trying to determine usage as part of a plan for creating an alternative energy system for the house, one really needs to find out the actual usage for the house. Average numbers can be very misleading. Nova ran a story about a couple that installed a solar based 6 kWatt system who were generally running a surplus. No data is provided for actual consumption and converting the rating of a solar system back to Kwatts/day is moderately complex.

On the other side of the spectrum, it has been reported that Al Gore's mansion uses about 221,000kWh per year. If you scale this number down to the requested 1600-2000 square foot house, the result is around 60,000 kWh per year. It is reasonable to assume that Mr. Gore has already done all of the obvious things to reduce his energy footprint (e.g. energy star appliances, energy efficient lighting) so this clearly should not be considered an upper bound on electrical usage. Mr. Gore also purchases carbon offsets and extra wind power to balance out the remainder of his home's energy consumption.
Q : Is that Metro water connection available?
A : Metro Water District is a public water provider serving water primarily in the northwest metropolitan Tucson area. We provide water to over 18,000 connections serving the consumption and fire protection of some 45,000 people and hundreds of businesses. Metro Water’s single focus is to ensure that its customers have affordable safe drinking water when the tap is turned on.
Q : What is the Estimated Time of complet a projects?
  Estimated time to complete is a projection of the time and or effort required to complete a project activity. Estimated time to complete is a value that is expressed in hours of work required to complete a task or project.

During the initial stages of project planning one of the main objectives is to get a realistic estimation of time to complete. Estimating the time to complete is one component of the project plan. Estimating the time to complete will assist with resource, cost and time planning. You can use the work breakdown structure to facilitate estimation. You can review the tasks at the bottom of the work breakdown structure and look for the longest path through the sequence diagram. You can then use experience from previous projects to estimate the time it will take to complete the tasks. Having access to usable data is a key element of accurately estimating time to complete. For example, let's assume that you are the project manager for the construction of a new home. The home will require laying a foundation for a 1300 square foot home. You review data from previous construction projects that required a foundation, and see that the task has taken four days to complete on past projects. Thus, in your project plan you can estimate the time of completion as four days. In this same way you can use past data to estimate the time of completion of an entire project.

In the absence of historical data or experience you would have to guesstimate, which is inefficient and error prone. To develop a schedule, all of the tasks and estimates are placed in a calendar. The calendar would include a specified time period, identify resources and their allocation, how much time the task is expected to take and when each task is scheduled to start and finish.
Q : What is mean by Tenure of ownership?
A: Land tenure is the name given, particularly in common law systems, to the legal regime in which land is owned by an individual, who is said to "hold" the land. The sovereign monarch, known as The Crown, held land in its own right. All private owners are either its tenants or sub-tenants. The term "tenure" is used to signify the relationship between tenant and lord, not the relationship between tenant and land.
Over history, many different forms of land ownership, i.e., ways of owning land, have been established. A landholder or landowner is a holder of the estate in land with considerable rights of ownership or, simply put, an owner of land.
Q : What is mean by Wardrobes?
A : * A tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes; has a door and rails or hooks for hanging clothes
* collection of clothing belonging to one person
* A cabinet in which clothes may be stored; The department (or people working in that department) that obtains and stores articles of clothing for use in theatrical or motion picture productions; A collection of clothing.
Q : Who is NRI?
A : A non-resident Indian (NRI) is an Indian citizen who has migrated to another country, a person of Indian origin who is born outside India, or a person of Indian origin who resides outside India. Other terms with the same meaning are overseas Indian and expatriate Indian. In common usage, this often includes Indian-born individuals (and also people of other nations with Indian ancestry) who have taken the citizenship of other countries. In the Americas, the term East Indian is often used to distinguish people who have originated from the Indian Subcontinent (including people from nations of the Indian subcontinent other than India) from those who are American Indians.

A Person of Indian Origin (PIO) is usually a person of Indian origin who is not a citizen of India. For the purposes of issuing a PIO Card, the Indian government considers anyone of Indian origin up to four generations removed, to be a PIO.[3] Spouses of people entitled to a PIO card in their own right can also carry PIO cards. This latter category includes foreign spouses of Indian nationals, regardless of ethnic origin. PIO Cards exempt holders from many restrictions applying to foreign nationals, such as visa and work permit requirements, along with certain other economic limitations. The NRI and PIO population across the world is estimated at over 30 million.
Q : What is mean by PIO?
A : For the purposes of availing of the facilities of opening and maintenance of bank accounts and investments in shares/securities in India

Person of Indian origin means a citizen of any country other than Pakistan or Bangladesh if,

* He at any time, held an Indian passport

* He or either of his parents or any of his grand parents was a citizen of India by virtue of the constitution of India or Citizenship Act, 1955 (57 of 1995)

* The person is a spouse of an Indian citizen

For investments in immovable properties:

Person of Indian origin means an individual (not being a citizen of Pakistan or Bangladesh or Afghanistan or Bhutan or Sri Lanka or Nepal or China or Iran)

* who at any time, held an Indian passport

* who or either of whose father or whose grandfather was a citizen of India by virtue of the Constitution of India or the Citizenship Act, 1955 (57 of 1955)
Q : Village officer mean ?
A : Cayuga Heights is looking for Village Historian. The Village historian serves as a “cultural officer,” with interests in the following:

* historic preservation

* archival work

* research and writing about the village, its neighborhoods, its architecture, its commerce, its natural and cultural resources, and its residents

* involvement in public education

Other activities of interest might include:

* oral history interviews of long-term residents, perhaps involving Cayuga Heights Elementary School children and teachers;

* collections of photographs featuring Village history and exhibits of historical memorabilia;

* publication of research results and cataloguing with documentation of public records
Q : What is mean by panchayat raj ?
A : The panchayat raj is a South Asian political system mainly in India, Pakistan, and Nepal. "Panchayat" literally means assembly (yat) of five (panch) wise and respected elders chosen and accepted by the village community. Traditionally, these assemblies settled disputes between individuals and villages. Modern Indian government has decentralised several administrative functions to the village level, empowering elected gram panchayats. Gram panchayats are not to be confused with the unelected khap panchayats (or caste panchayats) found in some parts of India.
Q : Municipal officer means?
A : The Provincial Government shall appoint the Tehsil Municipal Officer who shall be the Principal Accounting Officer of the Tehsil Municipal Administration and shall be the focal person-

1. for redressing public complaints relating to Tehsil Municipal Administration.

2. for liaising with the District Government and the Local Government Commission, through the District Government, for resolution of disputes relating to Tehsil Municipal Administration.

The Tehsil Municipal Officer shall:-

1. ensure that the business of the Tehsil Municipal Administration is carried out in accordance with Local Government Ordinance 2001 and the Rules made thereunder and any other law relating to municipal services for the time being in force.

2. co-ordinate the municipal activities of the Tehsil Municipal Administration and Union Administrations within the Tehsil for coherent planning and development of municipal infrastructure and for effective and efficient functioning of the Tehsil Municipal Administration.

3. exercise general supervision over programmes, projects, services, and activities of the Tehsil Municipal Administration.

4. provide information required by the Tehsil Council for the performance of their functions. But while dealing with the Provincial Government, District Government and Local Government Commission, the Tehsil Municipal Officer shall not bypass the Tehsil Nazim.
Q : What is CMDA?
A : Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority - is the nodal planning agency within the Chennai Metropolitan Area.
CMDA was constituted as an ad-hoc body in 1972 and become statutory body in 1974 vide the Tamil Nadu Town and Country Planning Act 1971.

It was established under the sub-section 1 of the section 9 –A (2) of the Act and consisting of the following members:

01. Hon’ble Minister for Information
02. Vice- Chairman
03. Member-Secretary
04. Secretary to Government H& UD
05. Secretary to Government, Finance Dept.
06. Secretary to Government, Industries Dept.
07. Secretary to Government, Transport Dept.
08. Commissioner, Corporation of Chennai
09. Managing Director CMWSS Board
10. Director , Town & Country Planning
11. Chief Urban Planner
12. Chief Engineer, Highways & Rural Works Department
13. Chief Architect to Government
14. Joint Director, Town & Country Planning
15. Chairman, Tamilnadu Housing Board
16. Chairman Tamilnadu Slum Clearance Board
17. Member of the State Legislative Assembly 2 Members
18. Representatives of Local Bodies in CMA 4 Members
19. Member-Secretary Tamil nadu Pollution Control Board Special Invitee
Q : What is mean by Sub register value ?
A : The Registration offices are part and partial of the Revenue Department. Inspector General of Registration is the Heads of Office at the state level. The Additional District Magistrate (General) is the Ex-Officio District registrar and immediate controlling authority of the District. Over and above at the District level the District Sub-Registrar and in the Sub-Divisional level Sub-Registrars are working in the District .The District level officer D.S.R is the liaison officer of the District between District Registrar and Inspector General of Registration. Apart from that the District Sub-Registrar is acting and declared as Marriage Officer of the District under Special Marriage Act’1954. The objective of the office is to collect Revenue for state exchequer through Registered fees, Search fees and Stamp duty etc. Registration of varieties of documents of the general public and preservation of their valuable records permanently is the motto of this organisation.
Q : What is mean by Market value ?
A : Market value is the price at which an asset would trade in a competitive setting. Market value is often used interchangeably with open market value or fair market value, although these terms have distinct definitions in different standards, and may differ in some circumstances.
Q : What is DTCP approval. Whether the buyer has to apply or the sell?
A : Dept of Town and Country Planning- Only seeler has to get teh approval- usually promoter of plots wil get this done.
DTCP is outside chennai and CMDA is for within chennai limits,there is also panchayatt approval but it is not legal. DTCP approval applies for layouts and should be done by the seller, without the signature of the planning director on the plan it is not approved also a number is alloted which can be verified at the office.make sure that layout complies with size of street and park area,some vendors misuse this space sell them later and is illegal, For old layouts there may not be any such approvals these are regularised by the govt time to time, even this year there was a scheme of that nature,this is also approval by paying regularisation fee to localbody
Q : Legal Opinion means ?
A : In law, an opinion (also consilia) is usually a written explanation by a judge or group of judges that accompanies an order or ruling in a case, laying out the rationale and legal principles for the ruling.

Opinions are usually published at the direction of the court, and to the extent they contain pronouncements about what the law is and how it should be interpreted, they reinforce, change, establish, or overturn legal precedent. If a court decides that an opinion should be published, the opinion is included in a volume from a series of books called law reports (or reporters in the United States). Published opinions of courts are also collectively referred to as case law, which is one of the major sources of law in common law legal systems.

In the United Kingdom and other common law countries, a legal opinion also refers to written legal advice on a point of law issued by either a barrister (often referred to as "counsel's opinion") or occasionally a senior government law officer, such as an attorney general.

The latter form of opinion is sometimes made available to the public either because of public pressure (see for example Lord Goldsmith's opinion on the Iraq War, Yoo memo), or because a general clarification of the law is called for (see for example, the Yorke-Talbot slavery opinion). In the United States, several state attorneys general issue attorney general's opinions.

Several areas of commercial practice call for formal legal opinions of counsel. The Legal Aid scheme in the United Kingdom requires a legal opinion showing reasonable prospects for success before the Legal Aid board will fund any claim. Insurance policies for professional negligence will frequently require an opinion of counsel before the insurer is required to pay out on any putative claim (sometimes called a QC clause, when it must be an opinion of leading counsel).
Q : What is mean by POWER OF ATTOONEY?
A : A power of attorney is a document that allows you to appoint a person or organization to handle your affairs while you're unavailable or unable to do so. The person or organization you appoint is referred to as an "Attorney-in-Fact" or "Agent."

* General Power of Attorney - authorizes your Agent to act on your behalf in a variety of different situations.

* Special Power of Attorney - authorizes your Agent to act on your behalf in specific situations only.

* Health Care Power of Attorney - allows you to appoint someone to make health care decisions for you if you're incapacitated.

* Durable Power of Attorney -The general, special and health care powers of attorney can all be made "durable" by adding certain text to the document. This means that the document will remain in effect or take effect if you become mentally incompetent.

* Revocation of Power of Attorney - allows you to revoke a power of attorney document.
Q : What is mean by Witness?
A : A. One who can give a firsthand account of something seen, heard, or experienced: a witness to the accident.

B. One who furnishes evidence.

C. Something that serves as evidence; a sign.

D. One who is called on to testify before a court.

E. One who is called on to be present at a transaction in order to attest to what takes place.

F. One who signs one's name to a document for the purpose of attesting to its authenticity.

G. An attestation to a fact, statement, or event; testimony.

H. One who publicly affirms religious faith.

I. Witness A member of the Jehovah's Witness.
Q : When Court Order need to sell property?
A : A charging order is a court order to enforce a County Court judgement. If a creditor obtains a County Court judgement because you did not pay a debt and you do not keep to the payments set, a court can place a charging order on your property

* A charging order gives the creditor security for the debt, in other words the debt would become "secured" like a mortgage on your house or other land.

* There must be a hearing in the County Court before a charging order can be made and there are several arguments you can use to stop an order being made.

This fact sheet explains the court procedure in the County Court and what you can do. Some creditors can apply for a charging order after suing you in the High Court.


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